The opposition holds a protest rehearsal while riot police test crowd-control measures.
The festering election dispute is threatening business prospects, Siem Reap tourism agencies say.
The opposition leader says a mass protest will only demand a probe into voter fraud.
The CNRP will hold a week of daily demonstrations climaxing on Sept. 7.
The reporter had pointed to official complicity in extortion and illegal logging.
He is reinstated after pledging to give up politics.
The Constitutional Council orders that ballot records in Battambang be checked.
The ruling follows a review of opposition claims of voter fraud.
The 'security packages' contain original tallies collected on election day.
Foreign Minister Wang Yi says Beijing recognizes the unofficial results disputed by the opposition.
The Constitutional Council dismisses several CNRP allegations in a closed-door hearing.
Residents are forced to sign a petition acknowledging a CPP election victory, a rights group says.
Sam Rainsy says the government move is aimed at intimidating the people.
The opposition lodges its official challenge of vote results.
The move comes amid post-election uncertainty.
Election officials make a surprise announcement of preliminary results.
The CPP and CNRP agree to reconsider a joint committee to investigate irregularities.
The warning comes as Cambodian authorities boost security amid concerns of possible clashes over the disputed election.
Sam Rainsy leaves for the United States to attend his daughter's wedding.
The announcement follows a breakdown in efforts to independently probe election fraud.
The opposition refuses to join the ruling party in any probe without UN participation.
The Cambodian prime minister says he will counter any mass protests by the opposition.
Sam Rainsy insists the UN should participate in investigations into voting irregularities.
The Cambodian leader addresses the public for the first time following an election setback.
He says the party grabbed at least 63 of the 123 National Assembly seats at stake in weekend polls.
It calls for an urgent probe on election irregularities.
The Cambodian People's Party's majority in parliament is sliced substantially, according to initial unofficial results.
Civil society and rights groups slam irregularities as parties hold final rallies.
Two last-minute appeals to run in the national election are rejected.
Cambodia's opposition chief makes a new appeal in his desperate bid to contest the elections.